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    Adjusting audio using Keyframes and the Auto-gain mode

    Continuing my series of Tutorials on the very basic stuff that can be difficult to find if you are a newcomer to MC's workflow.

    This time I try to show the importance of reading the manual before trying to adjust the audio gain!

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    Re: Adjusting audio using Keyframes and the Auto-gain mode

     I have another nice tip. If you map the "rewind" and "fast-forward" buttons from the command palette to the A and S key of your keyboard, they respond the same as usuall. You can jump back or forward from cut to cut. But when in the audiomixer the automation gain tool is selected, you can jump back and forward between audio-keyframes in the timeline. Simply click the value box in the automation gain tool to to type in a certain value or drag the slider. It gives you more precizion than in the small timeline tracks.

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